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THE CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART 


Washington, D. C . 

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SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF PAINTINGS 
ACQUIRED, OR WITHDRAWN, FROM THE PERMANENT 
COLLECTION OF THE CORCORAN GALLERY SINCE THE 
PUBLICATION OF THE 70th EDITION OF THE CATA- 
CATALOGUE OF PAINTINGS, in 1920, UNTIL AUGUST 
1924, TOGETHER WITH BIOGRAPHICAL DATA CONCERN- 
ING PAINTERS NOT INCLUDED IN SAID CATALOGUE. 


THE CORCOHAN GALLERY CP ART 
Was hi ng t on , D . C . 

Supplemen t. .to the Catalogue of Paint in gs, .. .. i on } 
listing newaco , ti''l 

the publication of Said cataTS^'Htrt '>4n.hUhiO, to 
August ' 

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BEAUX , CECILIA American 'School 

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horn in Philadelphia. Portrait and figure fainting and teacher. 
Pjipil of William Sartain, in Philadelphia; and Julian and Lazar Schools 
in Paris, Awards : Mary Smith Prize 1885,1887,1891 and 1892, Temple 

Gold Medal 1900, Pennsylvania Academy of the Pine Arts, Philadelphia; 

Gold Medal, Philadelphia Art Club? 1893; Dodge Prize 1893, Salfcus Medal 
1914, and Proctor Portrait Prize 1915, National Academy of Design, New York; 
Bronze Medal, 1896, and Pirst Class Gold Medal 1899, Carnegie 

Institute, Pittsburgh; Gold Medal 1900, Paris Exposition; Gold Medal, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Gold Medal, 3t. Louis Exposition, 
1904; Medal of Honor, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Prancisco 
1915; National Arts Club Prize < National Association of Aomen Painters and 
Sculptors, 1917; Logan Medal, Art Institute of Chicago, 1921. Member: 

Society of American Artists, New York, 1893; Associate 1894, National 
Academician 1902, National Academy of Design; National Association of 
Portrait Painters; National Arts Club; Societe des Beaux-Arts, Paris; 
Fellowship, Pennsylvania Academy of the Pine Arts, Philadelphia; Allied 

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Artists of America; Philadelphia Water Color (honorary); 

National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors (honorary); League 
of American Artists. 

GIRL WITH CAT 
Size: 37 X 25 

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William A. Clark Gift. 




CASSAT T , MARY 

LITTL E GIRL EMBR O ILiliR IHG 
' Size i 22 X 17-1/2 
Anonymous Gift. 


American School 


CLASS, WILLIAM MERRITT American School 

SELF-PORTR AIT 
^ 1 S'. S ize: 24 X 20 

COX . KEHYOH American School 

Born Warren, Ohio, October 27, 1856 ; died Lew York City, March x> s 

Mural painter, sculptor, illustrator, teacher, writer and 

lecturer. Pupil of Carolus-Duran and Gerome, in Paris. Awards : 

2nd Hallgar ten Prize 1889 and Isador Medal 1910, national Academy of 

Design; two bronze medals, Paris Exposition, 1889; Temple Silver Medal, 

Pennsylvania, Academy of the Pine Arts, Philadelphia , x891. ; Medal, 

ColumbianExposition, Chicago, 1893; Gold Medal, St.. Louis Exposition, 

3904 - Medal of Honor for mural painting, Hew York Architectural League, 

' ’ ' " 1903, 

1909. Member ; Associate 1900, national Academician, (^Rational 

national Society of 

Academy of Design; Society of American Artists, Hew fork; plural xa^ntexs, 
Hew York Architectural League 5WPW; Hational Institute of Arts ano Letters, 
American Academy of Arts and Letters, Fellov/ship, Pennsylvania Academy of 
the Pine Arts; Art Students’ League, Hew York; Lotos Club. 

FLYIHG SHADOW S 

Painted 1893 Size: 30 X 36 

CRITCEER, Catharine Carter American School 

Born Westmoreland County, Virginia. Portrait and figure painter. 

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Puoil of Cooper Union; Corcoran School of Art; and Hi chard ^Mil lei ^.nd 
Charles Koffbauer, in Paris- Awarded Bronze Medal, Society of Wash- 

ington Artists, 1914. Member : Society of Washington Artisos, Washington 





Water Color Glut; National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors; 
Province town Art Association; Sail Loft Club; Arts Club of Washington; 
Art and Archaeology League. 


LIGHT LIGHTNING 


Painted 1923. Size: 30 by 25. 


William A. Clark Gift 


DAVIS , CHARLES II 


American School 



Size: 29 A 36 


Bequest of the late George M. Oyster, Jr. 


de LA SZLO , PHILIP A 



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Born Budapest, 1869. Portrait painter. Pupil of Industrial 


Art School and National Drawing School, Budapest; A. Leizenmayei , in 
Munich; Julian Academy, in Paris, under Lefebre and Benjamin Constant. 
Awards : Gold Medal, Paris Salon, 1899; and 1900; Medals, Munich, Dussel- 
dorf and St. Louis; Gold Medal, International Exhibition, Venice; 

Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Knight of the Austro-Hungarian Order of 
the Iron Crown; Order Art and Science, presented by the Grand Dulce of 
Hesse, also similarly decorated by Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria; Order 
of the White Falcon, presented by late Grand Duke of Saxe- eimar; 

Chevalier of the Order of Pius IX; Order of the Prussian Crown, Second 
Glass, and Commander of the order of Jesus Christ of Portugal; Commander 
of the Royal Spanish Order of Isabella la Catholica; Commander of the 
Hohenzollern House Order; Commander of the Royal Greek Saviour Order; 
Associate of the Royal Academy of Arts of Milan, and Associate of the 
Art Societies of Brussels and Madrid; Gold Medal, International Art 
Exhibition, Barcelona, 1911; Associe Rationale des Beaux Arts, Paris, 

1912; Di plane d f honneur of the International Art Exhibition, Amsterdam, 
1912; Gold Medal, National Salon of Art, Budapest, 1912. 


HEAD OF A N INDIA N PRINCE 
Painted 1906. Size: 32-1/2 X 20. 

Gift of the Artist. 

DUVEHECK , FRANK American School 

Born Covington, Kentucky, 1848} died Cincinnati, Ohio, January <e , 

1916. Painter, sculptor, etcher and teacher. Pupil of Monastery, near 
Pittsburgh; and of Dietz, in Munich. Awards : Medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, 1893; Honorable Mention, Paris Salon, 1895; Silver Medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Special A Medal of Honor, Panama- 
Pacific International exposition, San Francisco, 1915. Member : 

^ 5 T yk Vt aix y, a a.a Rmyxxf . Associate , J.905 , national Academician 190c, national 
Academy of Design; Society of American Artists, Hew York; Cincinnati Art 


Club; Hational 

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GIRL 


Size: 21 X 1 7 \ 

PORTR A IT .CP MAJOR D. H. CLARK 
Painted 1877. Size: 30 X 25. 


FOLIHSBBE , JOHN FULTON American School 

Born Buffalo, Hew Y6rk, March 14, 1392. Landscape painter. 
Pupil of Brige Harrison, John F. Carlson arid Frank V. DuMond. 

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Awards : Third Hallgarten Prize l91o,^arne«pie arize 1921, J. 

Francis Burphy Prize 1921, and First Hallgarten Prize 1923, 

national Academy of Design; Gre enough Memorial Prize, Newport 

Art Association, 1917; Honorable Mention, Art Institute of 

Chicago, 1913; Honorable Mention, Connecticut Academy of the 

Fine Arts, 1919; Isidor Prize, Salmagundi cluo, 19^0; Third 

Wm. A. Clark Prize and Corcoran Bronze Medal, The Corcoran 

Gallery of *rt, 1921; Third Prize, National Arts Club, 1922; 

Honorable Mention, Arts Club of Philadelphia, 1922. Member : 

Associate , National Academy of Design, 1919; Salmagundi Clue, 

Allied Artists of America; Connecticut Academy of the Fine 

Arts; National Arts Club; League of American Artists. 

GRAY THAW 


Size : 32 X 40 


FRISSBK E . FREDERICK CARL 


American School. 


PEACE 

Painted 1917. Size: 40 X 60 


DRESSING ROOM 

Painted 1922. Size: 25-1/2 X 32. 

Note :A,"Lady in Pink", by same artist has been 
v/ithdrawn from the permanent collection. 


CAREE R. DAIirSL 


American School 


SOUTH ROOM - GREBE S TREET 
Size: 50 X 42 

Awarded the First William A. Clark Prize, of $2,000, ac- 
companied by the Corcoran Gold Medal, The Corcoran Gallery of 
Art', 1921. 

HALE, LILLAJf WESTCCTT American School 

Born Hartford, Connecticut, December 7, 1881. Portrait painter. 

Pupil of Edmund C. Tarbell and William Merritt Chase. Awards : Bronze 
Medal, Buenos-Aires Exposition, 1910; Gold Medal and Medal of Honor, Panama- 
Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915; Gold Medal, Phila- 
delphia Art Club, 1919; Potter Palmer Gold Medal, Art Institute of Chicago, 
1919. Member : Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, Hartford: Guild of 
Boston Artists; Concord Art Association; national Association of Portrait 
Pa inters . 


ELEANO R 
Size: 30 X 22 

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HALLOW ELL , George H. American 

Born Boston, December 5, 1871. Painter, illustrator, craftsman, 
architect. Pupil of Frank If. Benson and Edmund C. Tarbell, in paint- 
ing; itotch and K. L. Warren, in architecture. Awards : Beal Prize, Hew York 
Water Color Club, 1904; Gold Medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; Gold Medal 


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for water colors, Panama- Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 
1915* Member : Boston Society of Water Color Painters; Aquarellists; 
New York Water Color Club, 1904. 

WTSSAT AQJJOIK RIVER DRIVE 
Size: 25 X 30 


HAS SAIL CHILDS 


OLD HOUSE AT EAST HAMPT OH 


American School 


(Jc^Z tr/ I °n 1o, Size : 32-1/2 X 39-1/2 

Bequest of the late George M. Oyster, Jr, 


HAWTHORNE . CHARLES W. 


American School 


FISHERMAN’S DAUGHTER 


Size; 60 X 48 


Note ^"Fisherman's Wife” , by the same artist, has been 
withdrawn from the permanent collection. 


HENRI . ROBERT 


American School. 


INDIA N GIRL I N WHITE CE REMONIAL B L ANKET 
Size 32 A 26 


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Note; j^7/illie Gee” , by the same artist, has been withdrawn 
from the permanent collection. 

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HIGGI NS. ^VICTOR American School. 

Born Shelbyville, Indiana, June 28, 1884. Painter and teacher. 

Pupil of Art Institute o , £ CM &r~is and Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago; 

Rene* Menard and Lucien Simon, in Paris; and Hans von Hyeck, in Munich. 
Awards : Gold Medal, Palette and Ohisel Club, 1914; Municipal Art League 
Purchase Prize, 1915; Gahnr - Pri ze -j— — P n - s - t'i ’t -u -t - e — o f" i "Gteie©<g ©■*,» • r 

Pwagoi»a&« Pr-i-ze, , 'Cfei-eag©-f’--4 Ghi-^ag© 

Cahn Prize 1915, 

and 

Butler Purchase Prize 1916, Logan Medal 1917, Hearst Prize 1917, Art 
Institute of Chicago; Medal, Chicago Society of Artists, 1917; Altman 


NICHOL S . HOBART 


American School 


Born, Washington, D.C., May 1, 1869. Landscape painter and 

illustrator. Pupil of Howard Helmick and Art Students’ League, 

Washington, D.C.; Julian Academy and Caste lluch^o , in Paris. 

Awards : Second Corcoran Prize 1901, Parsons Prize 1904, First 

Corcoran Prize 1906, Washington Water Color Club; Parsons Prize, 

Society of Washington^ Artists, 1902^ Turnbull Prize _ , 3 -it lino, 

1913j£. Evans Prize 

Arts Clul Second Altman Prize, National Academy of Design, 

1923; Assistant'to Director, U. S. Commission, Paris Exposition, 

1920, 

1900. Member : Associate 1912, National Academician ^National 
Academy of Design; Society of Washington Artists; Fellowship, Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; 7/ashington Water Color Club; 

New York Water Color Club; Salmagundi Club; Cosmos Club; National Arts 
Club; Allied Artists of America; Lotos Club; Connecticut Academy of 
the Fine Arts; League of American Artists. 

HCUSATONIC IN WINTER 
Size: 38 X 43 

PRENDERGAST . MAURICE B. . American School 

Born Boston, October 1861; died New York City, February 1, 1924. 
Painter and illustrator. Pupil of Julian Academy, Laurens and Blanc, 
in Paris. Awards : Bronze Medal for water color, Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, 1901; Third William A. Clark Prize and Corcoran Bronze 
Medal, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1923. Member : New York Water 
Color Club; Copley Society, 1898; .W. a 

Boston Water Color Club; Guild of Boston Artists; American Painters 
and Sculptors; Society of Independent Artists; League of American 
Artists; New Society of Artists. 



Bronze 


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Medal ^National 


LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES 


Size: 32 X 42 

Awarded the Third Wm. A. Clark Prize, of SI, 000, accompanied 
by the Corcoran Bronze Medal, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1923 

'ton. A. Clark Gift. 


HBDFIELD . EDWARD W. 


£ 


MILL IK WINTER 


(JWvAM I Size: 50 X 56 


American School 


OVERLOOK I NG TEE VAL LEY 

Size : 38 X 50 
the late 

Bequest of^ George M. Oyster, Jr. 


Note: The paintings, entitled "The Delaware River" and 
“Sleighing", by the same artist, have been withdrawn 
from the permanent collection. 


SARGENT , JOHN SINGER American School. 

PORTRAIT O P DANIEL J. NOLAN 

Size: 4899*8 X 20-1/2 

26 ^ 

SCHOF IELD. W. ELMER American School 

CLIFF S HADOWS 
i I Size : 50 X 60 

Note: The painting, entitled "Morning After Snow", by the 

\ 

same artist , has been withdrawn from the permanent collec- 


tion 



SEYFFER T. LEOPOLD 

Born Colorado Springs, Colorado, 188? 


American School, i . 
. Pupil of La tare, 


Colorado Springs; Stevenson Art School, Pittsburgh; Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, under •'Win. M. Chase, Thomas P. 
Anshutz and Cecilia Beaux. Awards ; Fellowship Prize 3.913 , Beck Gold 
Medal 1918, and Temple Gold Medal 1921, Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts; Honorable Mention, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1913; 

Gold Medal, P lilauelphiu «xt Club, 1915; Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific 

i?ih 

International Exposition, San Francisco , 1915; Altman Prize 1918^and 
Proctor Prize 1921, National Academy of Design. Member : Associate, 
National Academy of Design, 1916; Philadelphia Art Club; Allied Artists 
of America; Pittsburgh Art Association; National Association of Portrait 
Painters; Salmagundi Club; League of American Artists; Concord Art 
Association. 

PORTRAIT OF THE LATE JOHN G. JOHNS. ON . 9 I 

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Pa intend 921. Size: 30 X 25. 
William A. Clark Gift 


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SU LLY . THOM IS 


American School 


PORTR AIT OF FANNY YATES LEVY 
Size; 20 X 17 

Gift of the Heirs of the instate of the late 
Fanny in. Hill. 


TARBSLL . EDMUND C. 


American School 


JOSEP HINE MOTT ING 


Painted 1916. Size;26-l/4 X 20-1/4 / 

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Bequest of the late George M. bye u : -r . j r . 




THAYER, ABBOTT E. 


American School 


SELF- PORTRAIT 
Size; 32 X 24 


TYLER, BAYARD HEHRY American School 

Born Oneida, Hew York, April 22, 1855. Portrait and land 
scape painter. Pupil of Syracuse University; Art Students’ League, 

Hew York; and national Academy of Design. Awarded Honorable Men- 

tion, Society of Washington Artists, 1913. Member : Lotos Club; 
Salmagundi Ulub; League of American Artists; Yonkers Art Association. 

LATE AFTERNOON 
Size : 20 X 24 
William A. Clark Gift. 

UffBR. WALTER American School. 

Born Louisville, Kentucky, July 22, 1876. Figure and landscape 

painter. Studied in Cricago, Dresden, Munich and Paris. Awards : 

and 

Cahn Prize 1916, First Logan Medal 1917, 

Art Institute of Chicago; Clarke Prize 1918, and Altman Prize 1921, 
Hational Academy of Design; Third Prize, Carnegie Institute, Pitts- 
burgh, 1920; Honorable Mention, Connecticut Academy of the Fine Art§, 
1922; Gold Medal, Philadelphia Art Club, 1922; Temple Gold Medal, 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1923. Member : Associate, 
national Academy of Design; Chicago Society of Artists; Salmagundi 
Club; Taos Society of Artists; Los Angeles Modern Art Society; 

Boston Art Club; national Arts Club (life); Allied Artists of America ; 
League of American Artists; Fellow, Royal Society of Artists; Connecti- 
cut Academy of the Fine Arts; American Academy of Munich. 

SLEEP 

Size : 50 X 50 

Hote : The pai nt ing, entitled “Strange Things", by the same 

artist, has been withdrawn from the permanent collection. 

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WEIR , J . ALBEIT American School 

03WEEBETUCK 
Size| 24-1/2 X 33-1/2 
Bequest of the late George M. Oyster, Jr. 



Z0E1L AIDERS 


Born Mora, Sweden, 1860; died 


Painter, etcher and sculptor. Pupil 01 

HSBOKXXSSlIKHMXgE 

Honorable Mention 1888, and Medal of the 


Artistes Pranpais, Paris; Gold Medal 1889, and u 
tion Universelle, Paris; commander 'of the Legion of 
Ilors Concours, Societ^ dee Artistes Pranjais, Paris. 

PORTRA IT OP THE KCKORA BLE DAVID JAYHE KILL 


Painted 1910. Size 48-1/2 X 35-1/2 
Presented by Dr, Hill in complian^^with a wish of his 
Beloved if e , Juliet Lewis Packer Hill.